Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies, Volume 4 1993 [Paperback]

M. C. Bishop (Author)

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ISBN: 9780946897957 | Published by: Oxbow Books | Series: JRMES | Volume: 4 | Year of Publication: 1995 | Language: English 103p, illus




Journal of Roman Military Equipment Studies, Volume 4 1993

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Topics include: fragments of a lorica hamata from Fluitenberg; a bronze spearhead from Augusta Rauricorum; stone barracks built to replicate tents from Spain; The de munitonibus castrorum; Hedgehogs, caltrops and palisade stakes; The ownership and disposal of military equipment in the Late Roman army; decorative objects from a Roman villa at Wange; Two dolphin scabbard runers from Carlisle.

Table of Contents

Fragments of an Iroica hamata from a barrow at Fluitenberg, Netherlands (W.A.B. van der Sanden)
A bronze spearhead from Insula 22, and its significance for the urban history of Augusta Rauricorum (Augst BL, Switzerland) (Eckhard Deschler-Erb and Peter-Andrew Schwarz)
Roman tents 'replicated' in stone-built barracks of the 2nd century BC in Spain (John Pamment Salvatore)
The de munitonibus castrorum: Text and translation (Catherine M. Gilliver)
Hedgehogs, caltrops and palisade stakes (Catherine M. Gilliver)
The ownership and disposal of military equipment in the Late Roman army (David Woods)
A third-century collection of decorative objects from a Roman villa at Wange (Central Belgium): first interdiscipliary report (Marc Lodwijckz, Louis Wouters, Willy Viaene, Jan Salemink, Harry Kucha, Martine Wevers, and Ria Wouters (with a contribution by Simone Scheers and Franz Steenhoudt)
Two dolphin scabbard runers from Carlisle (T.G. Padley)

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